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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, AUGUST 11.1917 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE FIVE ^p-' ^N.,,.,1.- Sunlight Soap is made for the housewife's profit, for only thereby can the makers hope to profit. Sunlight Soap makes your work lighter, your clothes whiter, your home brighter. It is mild and pure and does not harm cither hands or fabric us Sunlight Soap E Knnsns City, Aug. 13.-Ordorn Voro Issued thiB afternoon by Harry Hoffman, county marHhall that COO strlko breakers held at Soloa, Mo., us tho result of deportation by striking street car men hero yosterday, imiHt bo moved out of Jackson county which includes Kansas City, within JO hours. Orders wero addressed to the CIiIcoro & Alton railroad and tho marshal declared that If tho railroad rcfuscm to move thorn, ho and Ills deputies will do so forcibly. The order was caused, Mr. Hoffman said, because the men "wero pillaging and destroying property." What the Press Agents Sag RESULTS OF GRADE IX. EXAMS. THEONLYMEDICINE THAT HELPED HER IB Traction Engine epairs We are well equipped to handle all kinds of repair work on either (team or gas tractors. Only high class work leaves our shop, and we will quote you prices that are right. NIVEN BROS. 816 First Ave. 8. Phone 1733 AT THE EMPRESS Threads of Fate is the feature at tho Empross. Marcolla, the wife- of Jim Gregory, a Pennsylvania coal miner, elopes with Giovanni, her lover. She leaves their baby daughter with her husband. Gregory, foellug powerless to give proper care to the littlo one, abandons her on a doorstep, tying around her neck a note and her motltor's discarded wedding ring. Tom and Sara Wentworth are the child's foster parents, and Tom calls her Dorothea, meaning "the gift of God." She grows up In sympathy with him, hut wholly misunderstood by her foster-mother, who is much displeased at her propensity for caring for all tho stray dogs anil cats she can find, and turning the Wentworth home into a haven for animals. In later years Dr. Grant Hunter falls In lovo with Dot and she persuades him to give up his work in vivisection. The original and genuine treat-ment for chronic diseases of women and nervous complaints, Send for free copy of "Universal Guide to Health." MRS. WM. FRANCIS, c|o. Mrs. H. B. Wilson, 102 1st St. W., Calgary. AT THE ORPHEUM "Off to the races," was scheduled for the first half of the week, commencing today, but Mr. Harris-Murphy, who is responsible for the different productions, was particularly anxious to offer something a little better and more laughable, and Saturday evening decided upon "Blngvllle Justice" as the comedy most befitting the final week. It is the one comedy of their extensive repertoire that shows every member of the company off to best advantage, and is a nido-splitting affair from start to finish, not a dull moment from rise to fall of tho curtain. Nothing in musical comedy has yet been produced to equal it, either in brilliancy of dialogue or laughable situations. The absurd Irish judge, the quaint police attendant, tho pettifogging lawyers, tho dally grist of prisoners aro after I all but a slightly exaggerated reflbr of i the happenings of our present day po-i lieu courts. Perhaps the half hidden I ruths aro mostly responsible for Its huge success: BIngvillo Justice will dwell long in the minds of those who aro fortunate enough to see it. The picture program is an exceptional one and patrons of the Orpheum aro promised a raro treat for tho farewell week of the Harris & Froy Players, DIRECTOR If OF AUTO LIVERY AND-DRAYING 1 Boulton's Auto Livery ..WE KNOW THE COUNTRY THOROUGHLY. PHONE US AT ANY HOUR OF THE DAY OR NIGHT. Phone 1206 IT COSTS NO MORE TO RIDE IN A Comfortable Car We use a 7-passenn.cr Hudson in care of an experienced and careful driver. The Hudson Auto Livery Phones: Day 688 Night 1269 .1. PAPPAS, Owner AT STARLAND Vivian Martin, who Is to be seen, supported by Jack Pickford in the Las-ky-Paramount production of "The Girl at Home" at Starland. tonight and -CiiQsdoy._p_oints with pride to the fact that real snowlg" used during some scenes in the picture. This doesn't scorn to bo an astounding statoment unless one is familiar with conditions in Southern California where tho production was photographed. There is no biiow near the studio so director Marshall Neilan dispatched an auto-mobilo truck somo fifty miles into tho mountains to securo some. The truck was so equipped that the snow could bo protected from the sun while travelling across tho valley. Tho first truck load was secured and tho driver was dashing madly for the studio in the hopes that at least some of his precious load would reach its destination in a more or less solid form, when ho hit a rut and broke an axlo, and before It could bo repaired, his load of snow had vanished into shimmering puddles by the roadside. He went back, secured another load and then mado the trip at night. Early the noxt morning the company was called and tho scones requiring the snow were photographed. When It was rumored around the studio that there was somo snow on the lot, the venturesome spirits descended upon It and indulged in a snowball battle until thore was no snow loft. OTT'S AUTO LIVERY Day Phone 1540 Night Phone 787 draying Phones 1345 or 1356 Turner & Witchall Office at Kennedy's 410 13th 8t DRAYING Of All Kinds WcsternTransferCo. Limited Otflcs-C. P. R. Freight 6hsds PHONES Office ........... 1161 tables .......... 1064 AT THE MAJESTIC "Stop Lively," which comes to tho Majestic on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this wook, is well named. From the rising of tho curtain, it is a question of stepping lively, roally a whirl of melody, dancing, bright and witty lines, combined wlt,h a pretty story of rural life, which holds the sympathy and interest of tho audience from start to finish. Incidentally, It introduces the young singing star, Jul-iuB Velio, who has all the attributes of success. His work is full of "pep," as befits the title. The tuneful melodies aro too many to mention here, but constitute practically a review of the latest and biggest song hits. Lelah Howard and H. Murroll, whirlwind dancers, are among the lively steppers. In support of Mr. Velio is a large singing company constituting one of the most expensive casta Into the west. Mr. Velio, Haze) Wood and Zenaide Williams will be remembered ns the featured players In "Freckles," and Miss Katharine Sheldon, established herself firmly in the west by hoi* clover work in "Peg O' My Heart," both of which were United Producing company attractions. The latter iirm has never brought a poor company to our theatre, and therefore much interest in being shown by the local theatregoers In "Step Lively," their most ambitious undertaking. . Tickets are now on sale at the Hedloy Drug Co. Tho following candidates wore successful In passing the recent grndo IX. departmental examinations on grammar, British history and arithmetic: Aberhart, Khoma Louise; Adams; Konnetli llonson; Addleman, Milan; Andorson, Kuby; Anderson, Cordon .1.; Andes, John II.; Adsett, Olive Hannah; Aiken, Vearl; Alnsworth, llar-i old; Aldford, Laura Adelia; Aldrldgo, Atholslane, Arnold; Algar, Effie; Allen, Both McFarlane; Allen, Mary Evelyn; Andorson, George Ivan; Anderson, Hulda Johanna; Anderson, Jessie; Annott, Ulrio Siddon; Ansley, Eric Clayton; Armstrong, Myrtle; Armstrong, Willard V.; Aniegard, Mabel Cordelia; Arnold, Hilda Amy; Ar-stad, Leonard O.; Anko, Amy; Asmus-son, Henry Christian; Atkins, Alice Marguerite; Atkinson, Grace Annetta; Atkinson, Mary Sellna; Auger, Mar-jorle Ruth; Austin, Myra Katherlne. Balsloy, Beatrice; Maker, Genevieve Alborta; Baker, Sybil Louise; Balaam, Lillian, Maude; Bnllyk, Potor; Ban-forth, Walter; Bannister, Helen Maudo Louise; Banvlllc, Albert Ed-niond; Barclay, Catherine; Barclay, Mary B.; Bard, Grace M.; Barker, Anna Edith; Barnett, Halph Arnold Barr, Mary Agnes; Barrington, Thel-ma; Baakorvllle, Blanche Kathryn; Bastedo. Eloise Campbell; Bateman, John Albert; Bates, Geneva Ailsen; Kuala, Mildred J.; Beals, Jean Alotha; Beaubier, Helen; Becker, Graham; Bodnar, Willie; Boebe, Ethel M.; Beiswanger, Chester Clarke; Bell, Graco Ariel; Bennett, Gladys; Hen-nett, Olive May; Bercov, Aaron S.; Berquist, Myrtelle Agnes; Bothune, Kathryn; Bezanson, Gertrude Maude; Bigham, Cyril Edward; Birkness, Mel vina O.; Bishop, Winnifred; Black Janlo; Black, Charlotte Scott; Blair, Pauline Virginia; Blanchard, Marie Rose; Blundell, Charles Richard; Bol ton, Emma Doris; Bond, Joseph H.; Boulton, Claude, William; Bowden Gwendoline Violet; Bowden, Marguerite Eleanor; Bowlen, Ambrose Frank Bowman, Joe E.; Boyd, Margaret May; Boycs, Merle Thelma; Bradley Evelyn Margaret; Bradley, Norman Archibald; Bradley, Velma Cora; Bra scth, Lila Viola; Breen, James Vic-tor; Bremner, Agnes Rose Maud Brennan, May; Brent, Lois Mary Brlcker, Nora Edna; Bridges, Jack Britton, Hazel Alice; Brooks, Ada Florence; Brooks, Eric Charles Brown, Clarence; Brown, Gardiner Brown, Harry Leslie; Brown, Joseph Arthur; Brown, Jos. Melville; Brown Junaita Claire; Brown, Karl P. Browne, Grace Mary; Brushett, Edna Beryl; Bryner, Hardlson Redd; Bry ner, Ulrick Redd; Buckwalter, John Cassel; Budgeon, Anna Vera; Buker, Harry Cleveland; Bull, Frederick Hil liar; Bullock, David; Bullock, Eda; Bullock, Stanley, William; Burgess, Harvey Richard; Bushfield, Hugh; Buster, Luella Helen; Butrin, Anna I. J. Calder Freda Florence; Cal-laghan, Nora Wilamina; Cameron, Donald; Cameron, Flora; Campbell, Charles Carl; Campbell, Jas. A.; Campbell, Jas. Allan; Campbell, Margaret Ann; Campbell, Thelma McLeod; Carlislo, Bayard; Carlson, Catherine; Carlson, Stanley Albert; Carlyle, Thomas James; Carr, Feral Fern; Carter, Neva Faye; Carter, Vernon; Casey, Lee; Cassels, John M.; Cates, Mildred F.; Cawiezel, Louise; Center, Florence Gertrude; Chamberlain, Thelma E.; Chambers, Mary G.; Chapman, Claryce Verla; Chard, Dorothy Jane; Charman, Honry George; Charron, Jeanne; Che-kaluk, Steven; Chittick, Frances Edna; Chudlelgh, Sadie Catherine; Church, Hilda Warrington; Churchill, Elvln; Clark, Dorothy; Clark, Aubrey Tibbits; Clarke, Lawrence Wesley; Clarke, Raymond Wilson; Clemens, Bossio Anna; Coates, Lilian; Code, Edith Grace; Code, Elizabeth Mary; Cody, Mary Agnes; Coo, Frederick Earl; Cole, Lemuel Seward; Colwell, Judson C; Comfort, Agnes May; Con nor, Sadie Marie; Coupland, Margaret Campbell; Coombs, Samuel Woolley; Cooper, Marjorie; Cope, Margaret' Evelyn; Copley, Jessie; Copp, Olive Somerville; Cousins, Emily Maude; Cotton, Robert William; Courtney, Francis Clyde; Crabb, John Perry; Crawford, Georgo Maxwell; Crawford, Hugh Wilfred; Crawford, Wilfred Alexander; Cuciurean, Petrou Ion; Cuell, Lily Elizabeth; Cummins, Laura Elizabeth; Cunningham, Frederick Charles; Currlo, Donald; Currle, Dbr: othy May; Currle, Dorothy Joan; Curry, Faun K.; Cutler, Chester Blake. Dale, Kathleen M.; Daggett, Mary Watt; Dahl, Paul Lee Mont; Dale, Mabel Una; Daley, Doris; Dalton, Annie Loretta; Damant, Rhoda Muriel; Dand, Etta; Davidge, George; Davidson, Berta B.; Davidson, Florence Lucille; Davidson, Lionel; Davidson, Marian Constance R.; Davidson, Marjorie May; Davis, Alice; Davis, Mary Edith; Davis, Roy Ernest; Davison, Henry Norman; Dawson, Henry Aloxander Muir; Day, Hatcher; Day, John Froderlck; Dayton, Flor-illa Margaret; Dolsman, Alfred Lundy; Delany, Margaret Myrtle; Delay, Myrtle; Denney, Charles Douglas; De-noon, John William; Depew, Frances Mabol; De Rousle, Stella Florence; Derrick, Mary E.; Deveroaux, Helen Agnes; Dewar, Ellen; Dlcken, Winnifred E.; Dickson, Ada Margaret; Dil-worth, Edwin Leslie; Dlnwoodle Agnes V.; Doby, Joseph John; Doherty, Mar garet; Doll, Lewis F.; Dolllvor, Ethel Mary; Dolliver, Florence Marguerite; Donahue, Mary Mabel; Dorosh, Wasyl; Dosso, Erma Camilla; Dougan, John Cliorlton; Douglas, Doris Caroline; Dowling, Teresa; Dnilleld, Noaml M.; Dundas, Lulu; Dunfield, Bessie; Dun lop, Harold B.; Dunlop, Laura Edna; Dunnet, Mary Stoven; Dunsworth, Zera Mae; Dundas, Lavlna EagleBon, Edith Lillian; Eaton, Constance May; Eby, Gladys, Sonants; Edge, Edith Miriam; Edwards, Harold Ernest; EdwardB, Una Marjorie; Ex strom, Gladys June; Eldridgo, Geneva Margaret; Elford, Myrtle Alice; El ford, Ruth Maria; Elklna, Cortnne Marguerite; Kllenwood. Robert WU 'f nilt-a-tlws Again Proves Its Extraordinary Powers Kocno*, Quit., March 2nd, 1915. "I have received the most wonderful benefit from taking " Fmil-a-tives". I suffered for years from Rheumatism and change of life, and 1 took every remedy obtainable without results. I tried " Fruit-a-tivcs" and it was tho only medicine that really did me good. Now I am entirely well -the Rheumatism has disappeared, and tho terrible pains in my body are all gone. I hope that others, who suffer from such distressing diseases, will try "Frnit-a-lives". Madame ISA IK ROCIION. COc. a box, 0 for $2.50, trial size, 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. Bernard; Elverun. Amy; Kmes, Gladys Hayes; Endersby. Betsy Chri:i-tlna; Ennls, Dorothy Eliza; Hthridgo, Laura Eunice; Ethridgo, Mabel Susan; Evans, Oliver. Facey, Adeline Bertha; Pagan. Winnifred Loona; Fair, Agnes; Fnlrbairn, Lolo Marguerite; Farley, Allan; Fnr-quharson, Norman Andrew; Fairer, William George; Ferguson, Edward; Fowlngs, Frederick George Rldp'ath; Flndloy, Stella Mary, Fisher, Mary Alice; Fitchett, Cella Elizabeth; Fitz-patrlck, Graco Mario; Fitzpatrick, Paul James; Flynn. Christina Mary; Folklns, Olive Mildred; Folsom, Ronald R.; Forbes, Nellie; Forman, Goo. Roy; Koston, Edwin William Shaplcy; Fowler, Edith; Fowler, Edna May; j Fowler, Roy Lorno; Fowler, Louis Keath; Fox, Gladys Helen; Fox, Ro-maine Lovat Sutcllffo; Frame, Ralph George; Francis. Dorothy Mildred Duder; Francis, Mary Madeline; Fra-ser, Annie Miller; Fraser, Ralph Anderson; Fredell, Ruth Annie; Free-bury, Ruth Evangeline; Freifleld, Stella; Frickelton, Walter Nelson; Froats, Orval Frank; Fullerton, Geo. W. Fabbell, Annlce; Gaetz, Harold Beaumont; Gale, Henry Longhurst; Gallagher, Margaret Alice; Gallay, Jennie; Gares, Martha Stewart; Garrison, Florence Teresa; Gayford, Frank B.; Geddes, Helen; German, Harold Blake; Gerrie, Constance Conroy; Gib-bard, Graco Winnifred; Gibbons, Margaret Mary; Gibson, Gladys Mario; Glllan, Richard Graham; Gillies, Bessie Caroline; Gilmer, Margarotta; Gil-more, Marilda Mae; Gilmour, J. Fleming; Gimby, Marian Margarita; Glover, Robert Melvln; Goettlsh, Edna Louise; Goldberg, Harold; Goode, James Morton; Goodwin, Lillian Alex-iandra; Goss, Augusta May; Goundrey, Hazel Anna; Gourley, Isaboll; Gowan, Edward Hunter; Grady, Henry W.; Graham, Hlldred 'Hermoino; Graham, Marjorie E.; Gratz, Alice S.; Green, Fred; Green, Laura; Greontree, Charles Edward; Grainer Alfred; Groisdorf, Mary; Griggs, Snow Aud-gery; Griswold, Mildred M.; Grouberg, George W.; Gross, William Kenneth; Gustus, Meredith,-Wllklns. Haberman, Isadore; Haig, Arthur Aitcheson; Halpin, Grant J.; Hamilton, Evelyn Jean Lamont; Hamilton, Irene; Hamilton, Margaret V.'cir Mel.; Hamilton, Reginald; Hamilton, Sydney; Hampton, Reginald; Hanley, Stella A.; Hanna, Mary Ruby; Hanson, Joseph Martin; llnrcus, Edna Miriam; Hardin, Mark Alexander; Ilnrd-lng, Dorothy May; Hardy, Mnrgnre.t Mary Scarlet; Hare, N'orali Evelyn; Harper, Mary Harriman Aylmer; Harris, Florence Jane; Marl. Eva Louisa; Harte, Mnrgaret Isabella; Ilaslnm, Emma; Hatch, Winlfren Pboebn; Hausch, William Charl""; Hawthorne. Neal; Hayes, Alien Mary; lluys, Harford; Iluywavd, Violet; llengeu, Mary Annette; Hcgler, lierneiee Eslella; Hngler, Florence Helen; Helm, Emma Lucille; Hemphill, .lame:-,; H'"iilerson, Molly; Hcnnessy, Jean I*.; lleric. Eleanor Adelaide; Hess, Ellen Est olio; llewka, Paul A.; Hill. Wilfred Homy; I Illllkor, Hnrland Wilbur; Illlliker. Howard Cryslor; llobklrk, JphsIo Margaret; Hocking, Kathleen . E. Hudson, returned soldier at Tnxvdo Park Soldiers' home, killed himself by cutting hist throat, at L'.'in o'clock tills morning. He had been admitted Saturday for minor luitrios to Ills foot and was suffering from the delusion that two civilians were hounding him. trying to murder him, physicians at Muriel Francos; Jos- \ tho home Bay. Too Much Food in Summer means clogged liver and sluggish brain; too little food means flabby muscles and starved nerves. The man on the job must keep his brain clear and his . muscles responsive. The way to do this is to eat Shredded Wheat Biscuit, the food that contains everything in the whole wheat grain prepared in a digestible form, including the outer bran coat which is so useful in keeping the alimentary, canal clean and healthy. Two or tluee of these crisp, little brown loaves of whole wheat with milk make a nourishing, strengthening meal. Ready-cooked t and ready-to-serve. Made in Canada. sup, Dorothea Marguerite; Jewell, Myrtle Blanche; Jolianson, Linda; Johnson, Esther Amily; Johnson, 13velyn Sarah; Johnson, Nettie M.; Johnson, Italph Kenneth; Johnson, Ruth Elizabeth; Johnston, Kay William; Johnston, James Honry; Johnston, Pearl; Jones, Dorothy Kdith; Jones, Euphemia; Jones, Gladys Viola; Jones, Mary Florence; Jones, Myrtle Elizabeth. Kain, Margaret M. M.; Kask, Julia Lulu; Kaupp, Loma Irene; Kavan-augh; Annabel; Kay, Sydney; Kell-away, Jean Alexandria; Kellett, Florence, Hilda; ICollett, Sarah Marian; Kelly, Edward; Kelly, Luke Charles; Kelly, Manson; Kelly, William J.; Kennedy, James Reginald; Kcnney, Joan Uickson; Kern, Edith A.; Ker-rlson, Ivan Edward; King. Sannu; Kil-roe, Stephen Thomas Francis; Kimball, James LeRoy; Kinchin, Francis G.; King, Constance; Kinsey, Jack Nelson; Kip, Ernest John; Kippon, Evelyn Jane; Kirk, Velma J.; Kline, Maurice; Klippen, Marie; Klltczkc, Martha Alvina; Knight, Alvin Edward; Knight, Harold; Knights, Freda Elizabeth; Knowlden, Rosin; Knox, Barbara; Kunat, Walter Eugene. Lafferty, Alexander Roddy; Lalng, Frances Elen; Lakoy, Audio; Lane, Ethel Mary; Lane, John Railton; Lane, Lillian Inez; Langlitz, Raemar; 7-arson, Mabel Lillian: LaRuo, Jaunita Margaretta; Laurln, Hilda; Lawson, Vera P.; Laycoc.k, Walter Leigh; Leach, Kenneth; Leather, Violet Constance; Lee, Frank; Lee, Grant Willie; Lee, Koitha Marian; Lees, Dorothy Eileen; Lehman, Ona; Lehmann, Jack; Lennon, Anne; Leppard, Charles Eugene; Leslie, May, Lossard, Albertine Marie; Level), Ruth; Lovesque, Mario M.; Lewis, Plorenco; Lightizer, Madgo; Lightizer, Nina; Lindquist, Garda R.; Llnke, George William; Linton, Robert Maclive; Little, Evo- > GREECE DEFINITELY : AT WAR > London, Aug. in.-In reply  rotary Balfour said Greece was : � definitely at war with C.er- > > many, Austria, Turkey and > Bulgaria. >>*> �> : The king has wired Lady McBrule: "The (itieen and I are grieved tit your loss. Wo both knew Sir Richard Mc-llrido and appreciated his high qualities. Wo assure you of our true sympathy In your sorrow." Mm 'r\ Every 10 Packet of WILSON'S lyn Gertrude: Livingstone, Charles; Locherhy, Ruby O.; Logan, Evolyn ("hristine; LofHtrand, Annie; Long, | Eva; Loptson, Oliver; Losle, Ralph W.: Laughlin. Helen Anna; Low. Osborne, Leron; Lyall, Margaret; Lyndon, Jessie May. (Balance In tomorrow's issue) We have on hand, prior to advance in prices, n large assorted stock of funeral goods, which enables us to sell at lowest prices. MacKay & MacKay Modern Undertakers Cor. 8th St. and 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge Country Orders Arc Given Prompt Attention Phone 1802 Open Day and Night FLY PADS \WILL KILL MORE FLIE5 THAN iV WORTH OF ANY STICKY r lY CATCHER Clean to handle. Sold by all Druf-gists, Grocers and General Stores* ORPHEUM Harris and Proy Musical Comedy Co. TODAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY "OFF TO THE RACES" Thursday, Friday and SaUtrdsy. "NEARLY A HERO." Matinee Prices 10c and 36c. Evening Prices 26c and 50c. Matinee Daily 2.15. Two com plete Shows Nightly, 7.15 �. 9.30 Feature Films at Each Performance. BORBTCb TflLSUM Tke best known and most used baby talcum in the world. Motorists, Attention! It does not matter what kind of a ear yon drive-we aim to give yon service. Ladies' waiting room fully equipped with every convenience provided lor customers. Twenty-four hour service. Mclaughlin garage (UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT) 11TH STREET SOUTH Fulfills Every Claim No furnace can do more than satisfy-but the "Sunshine" furnace absolutely and invariably does satisfy fully and completely when properly installed. Ask our local dealer to show you this good furnace, or write for free booklet. SUNSHINE FURNACE IONOOK TORONTO MONTREAL WINNIPEG VAltCOUVU* ST. JOHN, N.B. HAMILTON CALGARY 4 SASKATOON EDMONTON | For Sale by The DIXON SHEET METAL CO. ) son; Elliott, Lome William; Bills, Skilled Sculptors - - Chisel the rough stones Into artistic memorials here. They are moro than mechanics, they are artists as well. It you have a design tor a monument you wltih i carried out faithfully and artistically, you will find ue ready and competent to fulfil your wishes. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Workt R. Nesds, Prop. �th Strsst . PPRESC � TONIGHT ^ METRO PICTURES PRESENTS LITTLE Viola Dana in "Threads of Gold" A METRO WONDERPLAY IN FIVE ACTS. ALSO CURRENT EVENTS AND COMEDV. Trlangls Ksystone Comsdy Ford Sterling in "PINCHED IN Til5 F,MiMlH>" TONIGHT-PARAMOUNT PICTURES-TONIGHT J. L. LA8KY PRE8ENTS Vivian Martin and Jack Pickford THE GIRL FROM HOME" IN 5 PARTS. THE STORY O* A tOY'S TRIALS AFTER LEAVING HOME. �.� ;